Views:4 Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2018-06-13 Origin:Site
In home decoration, artificial wood and its products, adhesives, interior wall paint, wood furniture, wallpaper, wall coverings, 107 glue used in batch ash, 804 glue used in splints and floors, poor quality adhesive, foam plastic, Formaldehyde may evaporate out of paint, etc.
Artificial paints, floorings and other artificial plates used in decoration not only contain harmful substances such as formaldehyde, toluene and xylene, but also many other volatile organic compounds (TVOCs), which can cause great harm to the human body.
In general, the furniture that can be seen in the market, whether it is high-end or mid-to-low, is based on wood-based panels, such as particleboard, density board, plywood, pentathlete, etc., all contain formaldehyde, toluene, xylene and Other volatile organic compounds.
In addition, benzene is also a major "killer" in the decoration. This is a colorless gas with a special aromatic odor. After being inhaled by humans, benzene and benzene series can cause central nervous system anesthesia; it can inhibit human hematopoietic function and reduce red blood cells, white blood cells, and thrombocytopenia, and aplastic anemia. Higher prevalence; can cause menstrual abnormalities in women, fetal congenital defects. Leather, glue, paints and adhesives are the main sources of benzene.
These harmful gases do not evaporate in the short term and can be completely volatilized for up to one year or even longer.
Indoor pollution is often accompanied by indoor pollution hazards for everyone to be aware of, but what people do not know is: the degree of harm to the intensity of formaldehyde in the kitchen, often more than the bedroom and the living room. Consumers have been more alert on the formaldehyde pollution in the bedroom and living room, but often overlook the pollution caused by the quality of kitchen cabinets, countertops and other materials and decoration.
The kitchen pollution hazards mainly come from three aspects:
1. Material pollution: The cabinet volume accounts for at least 1/3 of the kitchen. If the main raw material is not up to standard, the open flame during cooking will accelerate the precipitation of harmful substances such as formaldehyde.
2. Countertop contamination: In addition to the radioactive materials that are often present on some granite countertops, some of the materials that are nominally "artificial stone" are often synthesized with certain resins, mixed with cheap limestone and quartz powder, and contain a large amount of benzene-like volatile substances.
3.Auxiliary material contamination: The overall cabinets are generally installed on site. If the operation is not standardized, such as the misuse of adhesive bonding materials, artificial panel sealing or lax sealing, they will continue to release harmful substances, make people runny nose and tears and even skin from rash.